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  • 02:33 The Man Behind Khanacademy - Salman Amin Khan

    The Man Behind Khanacademy - Salman Amin Khan

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    The story of Salman Amin Khan. The faculty of Khanacademy!

  • 03:28 I made a Talking Book | Stop Motion Experiment

    I made a Talking Book | Stop Motion Experiment

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    I wanted to make a video for Kevin Parry's Instagram challenge, and the theme for February was a book. Music: http://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Kevin Parry's Challenge: https://www.instagram.com/kevinbparry/ A HUGE thank you to my Patrons wh

  • 05:01 How I made a lil "Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing TUBE MAN"

    How I made a lil "Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing TUBE MAN"

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    My latest lil Tinker project! A mini inflatable wacky waving air dancing tubeman! Or 'Fry' as named by one of my insta friends! And yes he's french *pun surely intended* I wanted to teach myself a lil bit hardware and electronics, so I made him out of old

  • 04:56 What’s a smartphone made of? - Kim Preshoff

    What’s a smartphone made of? - Kim Preshoff

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-s-a-smartphone-made-of-kim-preshoff As of 2018, there are around 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world. If we broke open all the newest phones

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  • 05:21 What’s the smallest thing in the universe? - Jonathan Butterworth

    What’s the smallest thing in the universe? - Jonathan Butterworth

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-standard-model-of-particle-physics-jonathan-butterworth If you were to take a coffee cup, and break it in half, then in half again, and keep carryin

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  • 04:58 The princess who rewrote history - Leonora Neville

    The princess who rewrote history - Leonora Neville

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-princess-who-rewrote-history-leonora-neville Anna Komnene, daughter of Byzantine emperor Alexios, spent the last decade of her life creating a 500-p

  • 05:04 Inside the killer whale matriarchy - Darren Croft

    Inside the killer whale matriarchy - Darren Croft

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-amazing-grandmothers-of-the-killer-whale-pod-darren-croft Pods of killer whales inhabit the waters of every major ocean on Earth. Each family is abl

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  • 05:29 How CRISPR lets you edit DNA - Andrea M. Henle

    How CRISPR lets you edit DNA - Andrea M. Henle

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    Sign up for our newsletter and never miss an animation: http://bit.ly/TEDEdNewsletter View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-crispr-lets-you-edit-dna-andrea-m-henle From the smallest single-celled organism to the largest creatures on Earth, ever

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  • 05:22 What would happen if every human suddenly disappeared? - Dan Kwartler

    What would happen if every human suddenly disappeared? - Dan Kwartler

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    If you enjoy this lesson, we highly recommend reading "The World Without Us." A discounted e-book version is available here: https://amzn.to/2QwSPyH Check out our book rec page to learn more: https://shop.ed.ted.com/products/the-world-without-us View full

  • 05:04 How do your hormones work? - Emma Bryce

    How do your hormones work? - Emma Bryce

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-your-hormones-work-emma-bryce Over our lifetimes, our bodies undergo a series of extraordinary metamorphoses: we grow, experience puberty, and ma

  • 04:43 Evolutions great mystery - Michael Corballis

    Evolutions great mystery - Michael Corballis

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    Learn how to identify, develop, and share your best ideas with TED Masterclass: http://bit.ly/tedmasterclass --What we call language is something more specific than communication. Language is about sharing whats in our minds: stories, opinions, questions,

  • 02:11 "Jabberwocky": One of literature's best bits of nonsense

    "Jabberwocky": One of literature's best bits of nonsense

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    Dive into Lewis Carrolls epic nonsense poem, Jabberwocky from his novel "Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There."--As Alice wanders through the dreamscape of Looking-Glass Land in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice F

  • 04:38 Did ancient Troy really exist? - Einav Zamir Dembin

    Did ancient Troy really exist? - Einav Zamir Dembin

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    If you enjoy this lesson, we highly recommend reading "Fallen Glory: The Lives and Deaths of History's Greatest Buildings." Discounted e-book versions available here: https://amzn.to/2LL50Zk Check out our book rec page to learn more: http://bit.ly/2mZ9LQS

  • 04:13 The Aztec myth of the unlikeliest sun god - Kay Almere Read

    The Aztec myth of the unlikeliest sun god - Kay Almere Read

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    Discover the myth of how the weak and pimply Aztec god Nanahuatl sacrificed himself to become Lord Sun and created a new world. -- Nanahuatl, weakest of the Aztec gods, sickly and covered in pimples, had been chosen to form a new world. There had already

  • 04:25 The surprising reason our muscles get tired - Christian Moro

    The surprising reason our muscles get tired - Christian Moro

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    Why do our muscles get tired and sore after exercise? Explore how our muscles function, and how you can exercise longer without experiencing muscle fatigue. -- You're lifting weights. The first time feels easy, but each lift takes more and more effort unt

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  • 05:13 The greatest mathematician that never lived - Pratik Aghor

    The greatest mathematician that never lived - Pratik Aghor

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    Dig into the mystery of Nicolas Bourbaki one of the most influential mathematicians of all time who never actually existed.--When Nicolas Bourbaki applied to the American Mathematical Society in the 1950s, he was already one of the most influential mathem

  • 01:29 Pink River Dolphins Of The Amazon Rainforest's Hunting Secret | Earth's Great Rivers |  BBC Earth

    Pink River Dolphins Of The Amazon Rainforest's Hunting Secret | Earth's Great Rivers | BBC Earth

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    Botos (pink river dolphins) have whiskers that help them find their prey in dark waters. Watch Earth's Great Rivers: https://bbc.in/2F0TmXb Subscribe to BBC Earth for more amazing animal videos - http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub Watch more videos from BBC Earth:

  • 05:52 How fast can a vaccine be made? - Dan Kwartler

    How fast can a vaccine be made? - Dan Kwartler

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    Dig into the three key phases of developing a new vaccine: exploratory research, clinical testing, and manufacturing. --When a new pathogen emerges, our bodies and healthcare systems are left vulnerable. And when this pathogen causes the outbreak of a pan

  • 05:05 How do virus tests actually work? - Cella Wright

    How do virus tests actually work? - Cella Wright

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    Dig into two testing techniques for viruses: PCR tests to diagnose an infection and immunoassays to detect antibodies. --A new virus emerges and spreads like wildfire. In order to contain it, researchers must first collect data about whos been infected. T

  • 04:36 Why do humans have a third eyelid? - Dorsa Amir

    Why do humans have a third eyelid? - Dorsa Amir

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    Discover how evolution and natural selection influence why the human body has vestigial organs body parts that no longer serve their original purpose. --You know that little pink thing nestled in the corner of your eye? Its actually the remnant of a third

  • 04:50 Romance and revolution: the poetry of Pablo Neruda - Ilan Stavans

    Romance and revolution: the poetry of Pablo Neruda - Ilan Stavans

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    Get to know Pablo Neruda, one of the most celebrated poets of the 20th century and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.--A romantic and a revolutionary, Pablo Neruda was one of the most celebrated poets of the 20th century, but also one of the most ac

  • 05:07 How do crystals work? - Graham Baird

    How do crystals work? - Graham Baird

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    What makes crystals grow into their signature shapes? Dig into the atomic patterns and unique properties of crystals. --Many crystals have signature shapes like the cascade of pointed quartz or a pile of galena cubes. Every crystals atoms have a defining

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  • 05:03 Popular The mysterious science of pain - Joshua W. Pate

    The mysterious science of pain - Joshua W. Pate

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    Explore the biological and psychological factors that influence how we experience pain and how our nervous system reactions to harmful stimuli.--In 1995, the British Medical Journal published a report about a builder who accidentally jumped onto a nail, w

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  • 05:46 Ugly history: Japanese American incarceration camps - Densho

    Ugly history: Japanese American incarceration camps - Densho

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    Dig into the historic injustice of Japanese American incarceration camps, also known as internment camps, during World War II. --On December 7, 1941, 16 year-old Aki Kurose shared in the horror of millions of Americans when Japanese planes attacked Pearl

  • 05:26 The philosophy of cynicism - William D. Desmond

    The philosophy of cynicism - William D. Desmond

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    Explore the ancient Greek philosophy of cynicism, which calls for the rejection of materialism and conformity in favor of a simple life. --In the 4th century BCE, a young Diogenes of Sinope was found to be counterfeiting coins. He was stripped of his citi

  • 05:26 Ugly History: Witch Hunts - Brian A. Pavlac

    Ugly History: Witch Hunts - Brian A. Pavlac

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    Uncover the history of the witch hunts that swept through Europe and the American colonies from the 15th century until the 18th century.--In the German town of Nrdlingen in 1593, innkeeper Maria Hll found herself accused of witchcraft. She was arrested fo

  • 04:48 Why should you read Lord of the Flies by William Golding? - Jill Dash

    Why should you read Lord of the Flies by William Golding? - Jill Dash

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    Explore William Goldings timeless satire, Lord of the Flies, which follows a group of shipwrecked boys as they descend into anarchy. --After witnessing the atrocities of his fellow man in World War II, William Golding was losing his faith in humanity. Lat

  • 05:38 Hawking's black hole paradox explained - Fabio Pacucci

    Hawking's black hole paradox explained - Fabio Pacucci

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    Where does quantum information go when it enters a black hole? Investigate the theories of the black hole information paradox. --Today, one of the biggest paradoxes in the universe threatens to unravel modern science: the black hole information paradox. E

  • 05:11 Claws vs. nails - Matthew Borths

    Claws vs. nails - Matthew Borths

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    Discover the evolutionary purpose of nails, and explore the theories of why they evolved from claws over 55 million years ago. --Consider the claw. Frequently found on animals around the world, its one of natures most versatile tools. Bears use claws for

  • 04:47 Are naked mole rats the strangest mammals? - Thomas Park

    Are naked mole rats the strangest mammals? - Thomas Park

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    Visit TED-Ed's shop to pick up t-shirts, totes, mugs and more featuring characters from your favorite TED-Ed Animations: http://bit.ly/2IWAKWE View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/are-naked-mole-rats-the-strangest-mammals-thomas-park What mammal h

  • 06:13 Is life meaningless? And other absurd questions -  Nina Medvinskaya

    Is life meaningless? And other absurd questions - Nina Medvinskaya

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    Dive into Albert Camus philosophy of the absurd, and explore the question: if the world is meaningless, could our lives still hold value? --Albert Camus grew up surrounded by violence. His homeland of Algeria was mired in conflict. He lost his father in W

  • 05:07 Vultures: The acid-puking, plague-busting heroes of the ecosystem - Kenny Coogan

    Vultures: The acid-puking, plague-busting heroes of the ecosystem - Kenny Coogan

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    Explore the essential role vultures play in cleaning our ecosystems and why their conservation is key to a healthy planet.--In the African grasslands, a gazelle suffering from tuberculosis takes its last breath. The animals corpse threatens to infect the

  • 04:43 The magical, mathematical fictions of Jorge Luis Borges - Ilan Stavans

    The magical, mathematical fictions of Jorge Luis Borges - Ilan Stavans

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    Dive into the mind-bending works of Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, whose work pioneered the literary style magical realism.--What would it be like to have a limitless memory? Can the meaning of life be found in an infinite library? Is time a labyri

  • 04:32 Why should you read The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy? - Laura Wright

    Why should you read The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy? - Laura Wright

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    Dig into Arundhati Roys The God of Small Things, and follow the story of fraternal twins whose lives are destroyed by societys Love Laws. --Set in a small town in India, The God of Small Things revolves around fraternal twins Rahel and Estha, who are sepa

  • 03:45 Can you outsmart this logical fallacy? - Alex Gendler

    Can you outsmart this logical fallacy? - Alex Gendler

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    Explore the psychology of the cognitive bias known as the conjunction fallacy, where we assume specific conditions are more probable than general ones. --Meet Lucy. She was a math major in college, and aced all her courses in probability and statistics. W

  • 05:24 Why isnt the Netherlands underwater? - Stefan Al

    Why isnt the Netherlands underwater? - Stefan Al

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    Dig into the incredible engineering of the Netherlands Delta Works the most sophisticated flood prevention system in the world. --In January 1953, a tidal surge shook the North Sea. The titanic waves flooded the Dutch coastline, killing almost 2,000 peopl

  • 05:51 Can you solve the death race riddle? - Alex Gendler

    Can you solve the death race riddle? - Alex Gendler

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --The night before the Death Race across the Wastelands is set to begin, your uncle, the great inventor Slate Kanoli, got kidnapped by the ruthless No-Side gang. The only way to get him back is

  • 07:10 Can we create the "perfect" farm? - Brent Loken

    Can we create the "perfect" farm? - Brent Loken

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    Explore the innovative ways countries are revolutionizing farming to ensure we can feed humanity in a way that works with the environment.--About 10,000 years ago, humans began to farm. This agricultural revolution was a turning point in our history and e

  • 05:05 The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs - Mike Gil

    The big-beaked, rock-munching fish that protect coral reefs - Mike Gil

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    Discover the quirky creature known as the parrotfish, and the key role it plays in keeping coral reefs healthy and thriving. --As the sun rises over a quiet coral reef, one animal breaks the morning silence. Named for its vibrant scales and beak-like teet

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  • 05:01 The rise and fall of the Mongol Empire - Anne F. Broadbridge

    The rise and fall of the Mongol Empire - Anne F. Broadbridge

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    Trace the rise and fall of the Mongol Empire which, under the leadership of Genghis Khan, became the largest contiguous land empire in history.--It was the largest contiguous land empire in history stretching from Korea to Ukraine, and from Siberia to sou

  • 05:35 The hidden treasures of Timbuktu - Elizabeth Cox

    The hidden treasures of Timbuktu - Elizabeth Cox

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    Dig into the ancient manuscripts, scrolls, and books of Timbuktu and find out why theyve been hidden for centuries. --On the edge of the vast Sahara desert, citizens snuck out of the city of Timbuktu and took to the wilderness. They buried chests in the d

  • 05:10 Whats the point(e) of ballet? - Ming Luke

    Whats the point(e) of ballet? - Ming Luke

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    How does ballet convey narrative, emotion, and character? Dive into The Sleeping Beauty to see how a ballet creates its essential elements. --A baby cursed at birth. A fierce battle of good and evil. A true love awoken with a kiss. Since premiering in 189

  • 04:22 Everything changed when the fire crystal got stolen - Alex Gendler

    Everything changed when the fire crystal got stolen - Alex Gendler

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    This riddle was created in partnership with Brilliant. Practice more problem solving here: https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --Someone has tripped the magical alarms in the Element Temple. When you and the other monks arrive on the scene, you know you have a d

  • 05:24 Harvey Milk's radical vision of equality - Lillian Faderman

    Harvey Milk's radical vision of equality - Lillian Faderman

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    Learn about the life and tragic death of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk, California’s first openly gay public official. -- By 1973, Harvey Milk had already been many things: naval officer, high school teacher, bit-part actor and wandering hippie. Starting

  • 04:43 How bones make blood - Melody Smith

    How bones make blood - Melody Smith

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    Dig into the science of how bone marrow transplants work and find out how you could become a donor by visiting https://join.bethematch.org/teded--Bones might seem rock-solid, but theyre actually quite porous inside. Most of the large bones of your skeleto

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  • 05:00 The hidden life of Rosa Parks -  Riche D. Richardson

    The hidden life of Rosa Parks - Riche D. Richardson

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    Learn about the life of civil rights activist Rosa Parks her work with the NAACP, bus boycotts, and her lifelong fight against racial inequality.--Throughout her life, Rosa Parks repeatedly challenged racial violence and the prejudiced systems protecting

  • 05:47 Popular The fish that walk on land - Noah R. Bressman

    The fish that walk on land - Noah R. Bressman

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    Explore the challenges facing amphibious fish when they leave water and the ingenious ways they survive on land. --We think of fish as completely aquatic animals. But there are actually hundreds of fish species that are amphibious, meaning that they posse

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  • 05:31 Popular The dust bunnies that built our planet - Lorin Swint Matthews

    The dust bunnies that built our planet - Lorin Swint Matthews

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    Investigate the theories surrounding cosmic dust bunnies and discover how the tiny particles could hold the key to the formation of life on Earth. --Consider the spot where youre sitting. Travel backwards in time and it mightve been submerged at the botto

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  • 05:23 How one scientist took on the chemical industry - Mark Lytle

    How one scientist took on the chemical industry - Mark Lytle

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    Discover the groundbreaking environmental work of Rachel Carson, whose book Silent Spring explores how human actions threaten the balance of nature. --In 1958, after receiving a letter describing the deaths of songbirds due to the pesticide known as DDT,

  • 05:46 Ethical dilemma: The burger murders - George Siedel and Christine Ladwig

    Ethical dilemma: The burger murders - George Siedel and Christine Ladwig

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    Whats the best way to handle a crisis in business? Dig into how different strategies can work when faced with an ethical dilemma.--You founded a company that manufactures meatless burgers that are sold in stores worldwide. But youve recently received awfu

  • 04:15 Why should you read sci-fi superstar Octavia E. Butler? - Ayana Jamieson and Moya Bailey

    Why should you read sci-fi superstar Octavia E. Butler? - Ayana Jamieson and Moya Bailey

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    Explore the works of science fiction visionary Octavia E. Butler, whose novels, such as “Parable of the Sower,” influenced the growing popularity of Afrofuturism. -- Much science fiction features white male heroes who blast aliens or become saviors of bro

  • 06:12 The Furnace Bots | Think Like A Coder, Ep 3

    The Furnace Bots | Think Like A Coder, Ep 3

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    The adventure continues! Episode 3: Ethic and Hedge must sabotage the furnace-bots to get to the first artifact. Can they find a way out? --This is episode 3 of our animated series Think Like A Coder. This 10-episode narrative follows a girl, Ethic, and h

  • 05:05 Can you solve the Alice in Wonderland riddle? - Alex Gendler

    Can you solve the Alice in Wonderland riddle? - Alex Gendler

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    Practice more problem-solving at https://brilliant.org/TedEd/ --After many adventures in Wonderland, Alice has once again found herself in the court of the temperamental Queen of Hearts. Shes about to pass through the garden undetected, when she overhears

  • 03:16 What happened when we all stopped narrated by Jane Goodall

    What happened when we all stopped narrated by Jane Goodall

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    An animated poem exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic has reminded us of the importance of living in harmony with nature. Download a free children's book version: https://bit.ly/TEDEdWhisper#WorldEnvironmentDay--As millions around the world shelter at home

  • 14:42 The Invention of Dragons

    The Invention of Dragons

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    Watch my newest video, "The Game You Win By Losing (Parrondo's Paradox)": https://youtu.be/PpvboBJEozMVitality that is the test; and, whatever its components, mere truth is not necessarily one of them. A dragon, for instance, is a more enduring animal tha


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